Amit Rekhi amitr at abinfosys.com
Fri May 15 16:16:22 BST 1998

> 	There is a special XML/EDI list itself for this purpose where you can
> a lot more information.
> I dont think that XML would REPLACE EDI , in fact it very well
> EDI. 
> 	XML is enabling EDI on the Web in a very smooth way where in EDI data
> could be exchanged in XML wrapped EDI File , the Transaction Sets /
> Messages would be EDI compliant DTDs. The developement is thus helping
> to be done on the Web taking into account the work already put in to
> desgign the EDI structure and the Messages.
> 	I not very sure of the products available on XML\EDI as its quite into
> discussion stages . But its not very long when there will be products out
> as XML seems to be extremely helpful for the cause.
> All the Best!!
> Aditya
> A.B.Infosys Pvt. Ltd.
> New Delhi , India

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